The Primal Way Digest – 5 March 2017
Welcome to another edition of The Primal Way Digest, bringing you the latest science, articles, videos, podcasts and anything else related to health, performance and optimizing your life!
Hello Primal Tribe, welcome to another edition of The Primal Way Digest. As usual, this week is packed full of goodness. Starting in the nutrition section, there is a fantastic article discussing a moral case for meat eating. This is always a tough topic and the article takes an interesting approach. Tying in with that, the science section has an article providing some information on how pastured animals improve sustainability of the plant. In movement, I’ve put in a few article discussing how physical activity is not enough for health and weight management (of course we know nutrition is most important). The nerding out section has a few articles that support this argument as well. There is plenty of good stuff here, so dig in and enjoy!
This section is for those that enjoy (and have access to) the nitty gritty sciency stuff
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Quote of the Week
“A true student is like a sponge. Absorbing what goes on around him, filtering it, latching on to what he can hold. A student is self-critical and self-motivated, always trying to improve his understanding so that he can move on to the next topic, the next challenge. A real student is also his own teacher and his own critic. There is no room for ego there.”